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88 keys (Graded Hammer Standard (GHS) Keyboard)
Speakers: 2 x 12cm
Rated power output: 2 x 6 watts
Next model up in the Yamaha range is P105
Four reasons to choose the P105 over the P35:
1) Fuller, more resonant sound (this is due to its larger speakers)
2) More functionality (additional instrument voices and features)
3) You can use a 3-pedal unit. The P35 can only use one pedal
4) It has 128-note polyphony. The P35 has only 32-note polyphony
which is very restrictive. If you play anything but the simplest of
tunes notes will start cutting off
Yamaha P35 Reviews
“I am very happy with the keyboard”
Dear UK Pianos,
I received the stand safely yesterday and today I discovered the headphones and dust sheet tucked away in the keyboard bag parcel.
I am very happy with the keyboard and the service I recieved from customer service lady, Afsana. I needed a portable instrument and
also an instrument on which I could develop my playing. Thank you for your efficient and reliable help.
Review by Marian Evans (31/10/2013)
Questions and Comments (Email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Do you recommend the Yamaha P35?”
I have decided after many years that I would like to start playing the piano again and so have been investigating digital pianos.
My budget isn’t large and I have read through your recommendations and guide and I was wondering if you recommend the Yamaha P35?
I am not looking for anything overly fancy as just wish to play the piano with a full sized keyboard. I am looking for something that doesn’t make too much sound e.g. clicking of keys and is fairly realistic.
I would very much appreciate it if you could let me know your thoughts as I am interested in purchasing one from your online store.
Reply/ Hi Charlie
There isn’t anything better than the Yamaha P35
for the price…
This piano has a nice, weighted key touch
that feels close to playing a real piano.
The speakers are smaller than the larger,
more expensive digital pianos, but the sound
quality is still acceptable.
The P35 would be a good piano for you to
get back into playing again.
“Yamaha P35 or P105?”
I currently looking into purchasing a Yamaha P105 and I’ve been reading through your title 7 Things You MUST Know Before Buying a Digital Piano. I’ve looked online and in their product manual but can you tell me how many dynamic levels a P105 has and if you recommend that one over both the P35 and the P95 or not?
Reply/ Hi Bryton
The P105 has 4 dynamic levels.
There are three reasons to choose the P105
over the P35.
1) Fuller, more resonant sound (this is due
to its bigger speakers
2) More functionality (additional instrument
voices and features)
3) You can use a 3-pedal unit. With the P35
you can only use one pedal
“Yamaha P35 a good choice?”
I am looking to purchase a portable keyboard to play in an ensemble in small charity concerts and wondered if the P35 would be a good choice? I am looking for a realistic piano sound of course, touch sensitive keys and a good price.
Reply/ Hi Jo
The P35 is a good piano.
It has a nice tone and a realistic weighted key touch.
There’s certainly nothing else anywhere near as
good for the price.
You might need to plug it into external amps if
you require more volume though. Although it’s
great for home use, for large venues it would
struggle to be heard above chitter chatter or
Our price is £349. Delivery is free. And we have
them in stock for immediate delivery.
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